Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Tiny Amsterdam

Here are a couple of short tilt-shifts of Amsterdam. I hope you enjoy. These videos can’t be played in HD while embedded, so to see the HD version, click the display links to take you to the Vimeo site if you want to watch them in HD. The first one is called “Tiny Amsterdam.” If the video doesn’t display for you, click here.

The second is from the same film maker (Pieter Manders). This one is called “Miniature Amsterdam.” If the video doesn’t display on this one, click here.

h/t Likecool

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Topics: Architecture and Design
Cities: Amsterdam

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